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virginia out scoring texas 14-0 here in the fourth quarter. after the missed feel goal. by texas. west virginia going on an eight-play 76 yard drive, eating up 4:07 and this one shifts forward. fielded at the 26 by roberson. roberson, with running room and he will get inside mountaineer territory, with 1:12 to go, texas with two time-outs. >> charles: that was after the last touchdown geno smith ended up in front of the west virginia crowd section and celebrating with them, now skipping back to the bench. in case you had questions about west virginia and the big 12 before, i think they are being answered in a big way this evening. >> gus: ash, near side, mike davis steps out of bounds. >> charles: west virginia will take that, anything in front. that's all they care about now, when you look at the secondary. they will play extra deep. keeping it all in front, coming up, make the tackles is their mantra right now. >> gus: mike davis again. >> charles: being smart, working the sideline, trying to keep the two time-outs in their pocket. they will need it if they score and are successful w
eyes on texas. we're back playing outdoors. it looks like the weather will be fairly decent. 72 for the first pitch with falling temperatures. there will be the chance for a passing shower during the course of the game. overall not so bad at the first pitch. we'll see how things unfold. as long as we win, that's the main thing. >>> throw out those diagrams. forget about the what if this, what if that conversations. >> all we matter is if they win or they go home. no one knows that better than the men who are about to take the field down in texas. christian schaffer is live in the heart of enemy territory for this make or break game. >> a lot of people are wondering if it came down to a playoff, who would be the starting pitcher. joe saunders, the lefthander. take a look behind me. you'll see where it's easier for a lefthander to hit a home run. it's .377. in left center field it's easier for a righthander. it's .390. that's probably one of the things that went into making that decision for buck showalter today. his main focus, get this game tonight and get back to baltimore to k
on c-span. >> the supreme court heard oral argument wednesday on fisher v. university of texas, a case that could determine the future of affirmative action. abigail fisher, who is white, was denied admission to the university of texas at austin to richie suit, arguing that racial minorities with force credentials were accepted at had a fair -- ahead of her. she says and violates the guarantee of equal protection. this is about an hour and half. >> well, i get to say that this is case number 11-345, fisher against the university of texas at austin. and you get to say -- >> mr. chief justice, general suter trained me too well. mr. chief justice, and members of the court, and may it please the court, the central issue here is whether the university of texas at austin can carry its burden approving that its use of race as an admissions-plus factor in the consequent denial of equal treatment, which is the central mandate of the equal protection clause, to abigail fisher met the two tests of strict scrutiny which are applicable. first -- >> mr. rein, before we get to that, because the court
an arson. >> it's omazing time as the orioles get set to take on the texas rangers in that one do or die playoff game. >> make it or break it. we want to send it out to jeff hager who is at buffalo wild wings getting a feeling of the crowd. >> reporter: right now it's the mumbling. there's a buzz in the air and it's growing louder and louder. the o's fans have been on the same roller coaster ride. they were looking at about a 12-hour day, counting down until that game that all eyes will be on tonight. it may sound like any other day here at vehicle service plus in bel air but a glance at this sign tells us all thoughts are on the orioles beating the rangers. >> it's going to be a tough game but i think we'll do well. even though we're in texas, we'll do well. the bull pen is hanging in there. >> reporter: the plaque and orange is evident -- black and orange is evident on main street. >> it's been so exciting. they're a young team. it's great to see them playing so hard. it really gets you excited for the orioles. >> reporter: city leaders are also feeling the o's magic. >> we're e
19 yard line. they need to get to, what do you think, kelly, about the 35 of texas tech to have a shot at tying the game? >> kelly: the wind has died down, even though it will be at the kicker's back so i think that's about right. he's hit some that would have been good from 65. i wouldn't count on that right now unless you absolutely have to, but in the meantime you have a redshirt quarterback that is playing in his third start that is dinged up from the first half, so he's not real mobile, but he's thrown the ball pretty decently in the second half. >> dave: and hit a big play from 60 yards to ladarious brown to make a big play. throw, wide open! and he has speed. down to the texas tech 45. clearly a blown coverage that time. jarvis phillips saving the touchdown. 36 yards. the clock will begin as soon as the ball is marked ready for play. putting on pressure to go to the sideline. at the 39 yard line. that's cam white. remember, our estimation is that the freshman kick er, and you cn see what he's done already, he's awfully good, a first down will put him in field goal range.
university of texas. they agreed with the initial goals of affirmative action. that now believe it hurts the minorities. this is about an hour and a half. >> thank you very much. thank you for roger and cato for sponsoring this event, it is great to have such a great kickoff to the book which is being officially published today. i am going to start and talk a little bit about the central idea itself and some of what we found in the book. i will try to relate this more to what is happening tomorrow. i am particularly glad to be doing this at cato because it stood for a lot of values that are in the book. i first became aware of cato in the 1980s one of was mostly doing community organizing the in the evenings thinking about policy issues and whether i should leave graduate school and become a policy tight person. a big issue was social security reform and trying to analyze what was happening and came up with this idea that people were receiving more benefits than they paid in. the interesting thing was subsidies for largest of the middle-class. i thought this was a great revelation and sh
10/5/12 >>> abc 2 news at 11:00. >>> abc 2 news at 11:00. >> so far an amazing game in texas. live at the ballpark with all of the updates. >> a wild card game and a wild night. 15 years in the making. join our party at 7glory days. >> and a pleasant friday night for orioles baseball. big changes by sunday for that game here. we'll talk about it coming up. >> and that's how the scam starts. how prisons may be trying to take your money. the news starts right now. >> oh, my goodness, what a game. doing this the easy way. really tight game with the rangers. score, 3-1. bottom of the 7th. and thanks for turning away for a second. you just can't watch it because you are on those pins and needles. we have team coverage tonight. cheryl conor is out live. we start down in enemy territory in texas. what does it look like down there? >> reporter: the first you might notice i put this jacket on. it is cold here. earlier i was walking around sweating and the temperatures have dropped 20 degrees. tough for the rangers to come back. the ball is not going to carry now that the temperature dropped
back took control in the last tree minutes of the game. >> gus: west virginia out scoring texas 14-0 here in the fourth ter. after the missed feel goal. by texas. west virginia going on an eight-play 76 yard drive, eating up 4:07 and this one shifts forward. fielded at the 26 by roberson. roberson, with running room and he will get inside mountaineer territory, with 1:12 to go, texas with two time-outs. >> charles: that was after the last touchdown geno smith ended up in front of the west virginia crowd section and celebrating with them, now skipping back to the bench. in case you had questions about west virginia and the big 12 before, i think they are being answered in a big way this evening. >> gus: ash, near side, mike davis steps out of bounds. >> charles: west virginia will take that, anything in front. that's all they care about now, when you look at the secondary. they will play extra deep. keeping it all in front, coming up, make mantra right now.eir >> gus: mike davis again. >> charles: being smart, working the sideline, trying to keep the two time-outs in their pocket. t
take it? >> guest: at--down in austin, texas, right near where i live. i drive a pickup truck myself, but that is not my pickup truck. that's an old one. c-span: why did they want you in a pickup truck for the cover? >> guest: they--they love some kind of texas connection. they always like to put something up on the cover that reminds people that i'm a texan. c-span: what does it mean to be a texan? >> guest: well, good lord, there's a question. i think my own feeling is that texans are just like everybody else, only more so; that there is a sw--slight quality of exaggeration, a slightly larger-than-life pie-eyed quality about the whole state that makes it a lot of fun. c-span: and what is it about lubbock that you like to write about? >> guest: i love to tease lubbock. c-span: where is it? >> guest: it's out in west texas, and it's just as flat as a pancake. and i must say, to the uninitiated eye, it does not appear to be one of the world's more attractive cities, but that's because you don't know the people there. they are just as straightforward and open-hearted and good as they c
that the university of texas does monitor is the racial climate on campus. it does that to improve the experience of all students on campus. >> how many? >> i don't have the number, your honor. it is important to improving the racial climate on campus for all students, no matter what their race. >> thank you, counsel. >> thank you. >> mr. chief justice and as it please the court, it is important to focus on what is and more importantly, what is not the issue. the petitioner is not challenging rutter or justice powell's decision that student body is a compelling interest that can justify race in admissions. colleges and universities across the country have relied on that principle in shaping their ad migs policies, and it is vital to the united states that they be able to continue to do so. the core is that these nations produce graduates that will be effective citizens and effective leaders in an increasingly diverse society and effective competitors in diverse global markets. >> does the united states agree that mr. -- that politicants deserve a -- that applicants deserve a different process? >>
orange in texas, too. christian schaffer is at the ballpark. how are the texans feeling? are they feeling the pressure? >> reporter: remember, after that first one tampa had nothing to play for. there were not big crowds. it will be much, much different. we're expecting a big crowd. either wen or go home but we are expecting some orioles fans to make. it. i'm standing in front of the orioles dugout. robert has come out to get some quiet time before the game starts. now a lot of talk has been about the pitching lineup, dar vis, saunders. he says he's ready to g his game plan is to win the game and get the orioles playing another playoff game back in baltimore. it would be nice to get win for the club. that's what this organization is asking mow to do. that's what the fans want mow to do-- me to do. if we can do that, orioles nation would be happy. >> reporter: batting practice in about an hour with texas and then the orioles. there we dprks the first playoff game in 15 years. if they can win it, they'll play against the yankees. live in arlington, texas, christian schaffer, abc2 news. >> o
are our big story this hour. they are in arlington, texas right now, gearing up to play the one and done wild-card game. this veteran is one of only three players with postseason experience. yu darvish will start for texas. he has yet to pitch against the orioles. chris davis says he will spend the last few hours before the game learning has much as he can about darvish. >> we have not seen him this year. we know his reputation. we are going to go out there and learn as much as we can about him. >> he throws cutters, sliders, if curveballs. >> first pitch is tonight at 8:37. jennifer tells us have the uncertainty of the one game playoff is creating a conundrum for local businesses. >> baltimore waiting to see if they can beat texas in texas and then come back to take on the yankees. in the meantime, businesses are finding themselves in the classic hurry up and wait situation. a win on friday means putting things in high gear, creating a divisional t-shirt. >> we are hoping they are going to win on friday. we will come in and start printing on saturday. >> at this hotel, a fried a win wou
be the university of texas. the authors report the agree with the national goals of affirmative action but now agree the system hurts more than helps minorities. this is about an hour and a half. [applause] >> thank you very much for that introduction, and thank you to roger and cato for hosting this event. i'm thankful to have such a good kick off to the book, which is actually being officially published today. as roger mentioned i am going to start and talk a little bit about the mismatch idea itself and some of what we have done in the book. stewart is going to try to relate this martin fisher and what will be happening tomorrow. i am particularly glad to be doing this at cato because it stood for a lot of the values that i think are in the book, and i first became aware of cato and the 1990's when i was doing community organizing but in the beginning was thinking about policy issues and whether i should go back to graduate school and become a policy type of person. a big issue circulating at that time was the social security reform, and i started trying to analyze what was happening and i came u
on race-based admissions in texas. here's the fts. abigail fisher, a white student, was rejected at u of t. high school students in the top 10% of their class are granted admission. but fisher fell short of that formula. race is just one of the factors. attorney davo abigdabel is president of the naacp. he supports affirmative action. attorney steven taylor who says they say they want to help but universities won't admit it. both guests have actually filed briefs on this fisher-u.t. case. mr. taylor, you first. what will be ms. fisr's arguments since she was on the 10% requirement that would have granted her admission based on her accomplishments. >> her argument is university of texas are violating principles the supreme court laid down in its last affirmative cases in 2003. in particular, universities said they could use race but they could not engage in racial balancing which means they could not seek proportional representation of the population. university of texas overtly does that. the court said you have to phase ou racial preferences within 25 years. nine of those years are gone,
. >> a standoff underway in texas over construction of the keystone xl pipeline that would run tar sands oil from canada to u.s. refiners on the gulf coast. we will speak with susan scott who owns land where the pipeline will run, and with actress daryl hannah, who was arrested there last week and has long been active in protests against the pipeline. >> we cannot afford to poison our soil and fresh water. we need that money and those jobs that were going to go toward this pipeline to go toward real solutions, american, u.s.-made community-based energy like solar, like wind, like geothermal. >> then we will speak with reporter mike elk about his new exposÉ, "koch sends pro-romney mailing to 45,000 employees while stifling workplace political speech." >> the boss is constantly talking about politics in the workplace. all of the sudden, your co- workers are wearing republican buttons. does that mean you to wear one, too? if your co-workers are volunteering with your boss on the weekend for gop candidates, does that mean if you want to get a raise you have to do that as well? >> mother jones looks
ted cruz is the former solicitor general of texas. paul is a former member of the texas house. this is about an hour. >> good evening, everyone. thank you for joining us fothe debate. i'm your house for tonight. we have -- we are broadcasting live from the victory studios in dallas. we want to welcome viewers watching on stations all across the state. they are together the bidding for the first time before the november election. it is a race to decide who represents texans in the u.s. senate. we hope by tonight, you will have a better idea of who you want to vote for. we will follow your comments on twitter. on behalf to do is use the hashtag #belodebate. look for additional and permission on twitter as well. we will hash tag supplemental and permission and each of the candidates. he will notice this is a very different debate. we are throwing out the rules. the candidates will face each other, answering the tough questions. moderating tonight's discussion our senior political reporter. joining him, gromer jefers. let's turn it over to them. >> good evening. thank you very muc
in louisiana and texas. he wagged a cold war on the mexican border. during the plains-indian war, sheridan was the top indian fighter. eventually became commander-in-chief of the army, and surprisingly, phil sheridan saved yellowstone national park from exploitation. sheridan grew up in ohio, and graduated from west point in 1853. when the civil war began in 1861, sheridan was an obscure 30-year-old infan tricaptain serving in the oregon territory. grant first recognized sheridan's leadership abilities in 1862 when sheridan was commanding a cavalry brigade that defeated a larger rebel force in mississippi, three months after shilo. in chattanooga in november 1863, grant watched sheridan and his division storm missionary ridge and then pursue the confederates for hours when no one else did. grant knew then that sheridan was much like him. someone who would act properly, who would fight always, and who would never quit. of the hundreds of generals that served on both sides of the civil war, that description fit just a handful. grant brought sheridan east with him when president abraham linco
. they don't see him in the playoffs, but the challenge doesn't change much sense texas led the majors in runs scored this season, finishing fourth in home runs. after the tumble against saddam but, it comes down to this. ballpark in arlington, first pitch scheduled for tomorrow night at 8:37. the winner faces the yankees, the losers go home. they have faced texas seven times as texas won five of those games. you can use all the numbers you want. in a one-game series, it is a matter of who gets caught on that night. more from the ballpark in arlington coming up at 6:00. they obviously have a lot on the line, but so do a lot of businesses in baltimore. fair to say not the only manager for the orioles. >> we are all rooting for the orioles and hoping that they win in texas. camden yard here will be back here with the orioles fans both sunday and monday night. a lot of businesses and sitting in limbo at this point, especially hotels and folks that supply the beer. baltimore in limbo hoping to see if the orioles can beat texas in texas and come back to camden yards to beat the yankees. a l
today at the supreme court in the case of a white student denied admission to the university of texas. good evening, i'm gwen ifill. >> woodruff: and i'm judy woodruff. on the "newshour" tonight, we talk with marcia coyle about today's arguments and ray suarez looks at the wider implications of the case for public institutions nationwide. >> ifill: then, jeffrey brown gets the latest on the congressional probe into security failures at the u.s. consulate in libya. >> woodruff: we head to colorado, where the presidential candidates are targeting suburban voters. >> some of the things romney supports, i don't think are conducive to women's issues and as a business owner, i don't think obama is a good choice. >> ifill: outrage in pakistan, after an outspoken 14-year-old was shot by the taliban for promoting education for girls. >> woodruff: and we examine new evidence that lance armstrong was at the center of a sophisticated professional doping program, including testimony from his former teammates. >> ifill: that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour." major funding for the pbs newshour ha
friday in arlington, texas. they ran into incredible pitching. if evan longoria had been healthy for those 85 games he missed, the rays probably have won the american league east. crista the mound tonight, hoping to get his ninth victory of the year. had they won, but with the post of the what carter on friday. what a show evan put on. 1-0, tampa. he hit 3 homeruns on the evening. the orioles did get 1 run in th 9th. afterwards, you have to wonder if they were down after the defeat. not at all, they say. >> that cannot come close to describing our locker room right now. it is a tough road however you do it. it is a challenge. we feel good about on opportunity we have burnt -- we have earned. >> the orioles will play on that one game friday. against the texas rangers in arlington. later, we will hear from some players about tonight. >> thank you. nearly 18,000 people watched game 162 inside tropicana field. >> there was a healthy amount of orioles fans. >> i took a vacation last year planning for this then upgraded my tickets what we started doing this in good. this has been a mag
bird, the orioles bird. what a show this is. the orioles deep in the heart of texas tonight hoping to go deep in the heart of the playoffs. this is a off night to get our voices back as we come back strong tomorrow night cheering on the oriolesowho have recaptured our hearts. here is christian with the team in texas. >> reporter: you can expect this stadium to be rocking a lot more than when the orioles played a team in tampa that had nothing to play for this will be a big game. their first playoff game in 15 years and there will be at least a few people who yell o during the national anthem. when they lost their last game baltimore magazine publisher was there. >> i -- said guess where we are going and she said texas and i said yep. >> reporter: a father daughter tradition that will continue friday night. >> i have been going to games with him for as long as i can remember. >> reporter: none of them have been this important. in the past 15 years. >> reporter: the orioles have been in my heart all long. now seeing other people get excite, going places and seeing people in orioles
>>> if the or want to continue their amazing they will have to win in texas. we have a live report coming up. >> on the weather front we continue to watch humid conditions across the state. will we see fog by daybreak? >> and when was the last time you saw one of these? who is bringing back the holiday catalog and who isn't happy about it. the news starts right now. >> we start tonight with breaking news in a story we have been following. >> baltimore city police have identified the officers involved in the death of a suspect in police custody. >> those officers are detective greg boyd -- anthony anderson died more than a week ago. police first said he died choking undrapings but the autopsy showed that wasn't the case. they are on administrative duties as the investigation continues. >> the orioles are going to texas. last year they ended with a 69- 93 record. this year it's a turned around. 93-59. slugging the most home runs ever by an orioles team but this is evan longoria night. three homers, in the 4-1 win but the wild card team. a win there sends them back home to camde
football team at 41-17. this texas tech team was the first to get to west virginia 49-14 before kansas state did it last week. west virginia was riding high. [ cheers and applause ] >> gus: awesome! touchdown! all things considered, i'd buy a ticket to watch these guys play alabama. >> charles: if it hasn't officially been seen, let's p d predicate it ourselves. let the word go out, if you want a piece of kansas state, you better be prepared to deal with them. >> gus: it will be an all-day thing. sleek new styling... sophisticated dual cockpit design, and sport sculpted seats. available chevrolet mylink infotainment system. the all-new 2013 chevrolet malibu. ♪ refined comfort to get you in a malibu state of mind no matter what state you live in. ♪ but what about the strategy... the teamwork... the execution... that is logistics. and that... is what we do. i'm 300 pounds, painted blue, and apart from the cleats. i'm completely naked. [ laughs ] [ woman screams, camera shutter clicks ] go state! [ tires screech ] [ laughs ] oops. and if you've got cut-rate insurance, it might not pa
with others are saying. >> wednesday, the supreme court heard fisher verses the university of texas at austin, a case that could determine the future of affirmative-action policies in higher education. abigail fisher was the night mission to the university in 2008. she sued, arguing that the use of race violates the guarantee of equal protection. a previous court ruling allows race to be one factor considered to achieve diversity. this is one hour, 20 minutes. >> well, i get to say that this is case number 11-345, fisher against the university of texas at austin. and you get to say -- oral argument of bert w. rein on mr. chief justice, and members of the court, and may it please the court, the central issue here is whether the university of texas at austin can carry its burden approving that its use of race as an admissions- plus factor in the consequent denial of equal treatment, which is the central mandate of the equal protection clause, to abigail fisher met the two tests of strict scrutiny which are applicable. first -- >> mr. rein, before we get to that, because the court is supposed to
lining on hard working americans on cash in texas taking on a united nations backed group trying to monitor the elections in the u.s.. somesome calling to cut off funds tut un once and for all. we debate and you decide . don't mess with texas. on election day un will be monitoring poling station and texas general said if they overstep texas law he will arrest them and not just texas florida congressman calling to cut u.s. funds to the un over this issue. >> we don't need the un we have a federal election commission and by the way, the un has no jurisdiction over the u.s. election . you know the new york rubber room for teachers. they are a rubber room for general motor bureaucracy. they never cared. they get mon yethere is fraud and abuse. >> isn't there manage wrong with them monitoring our election. >> if there is, how come they haven't complained. it does raise the question. what are they so worried about somebody seeing. there are organizations you may disagree with organizations. but they are concerned about voters suppression and want member there to keep an eye on it. >> a
championship. >> what a beautiful night for baseball and baltimore. too bad the game is in texas. it is the same temperature here as in arlington. we are across the street, setting up for a big crowd later on tonight. you would think this is a home game. they expect a big crowd to come out here. one of the trucks on the right side of your screen, we will talk to some orioles fans. a longtime fan of the orioles. can you believe that they will be playing a playoff game? >> along time coming since 1997. hopefully they can take care of business. >> are you nervous? >> of this is the one team i really didn't want them to play tonight, but i think they can do it. >> are you nervous? >> i am little nervous. >> i heard you had some thoughts on the game. what are you thinking? >> they're playing poorly, we got this. they will be out here supporting us. >> we expect a big crowd here. we will send it back to you in arlington. >> there should be plenty of optimism and why not? back in the playoffs, that is a great accomplishment. they will have to go to the formula that has worked so well th
$22 and texas. that is otherwise known as a poll tax, during the jim crow era. in texas, only 81 of 254 counties in texas have a dmv. if you cannot have idea and you live and accounting without i.d., how are you supposed to get to an office in texas to be able to get an i.d.? there are a lot of problems in practicalities obtain this i.d. you have states that are rushing to implement these laws and are implementing them in 2012. you have a lot of commissions, the carter-baker commission after the 2000 election that says that need to wake two election cycles to implement this idea to make sure everything happens. the last thing i would say is of a vote is not like getting on an airplane or buying sudafed. it is a right that many people have died for in this country, that people have blood for in this country. anytime we restrict their right to vote, particularly on the basis of race or class, we should be very, very, very careful about doing it and only do it if there is a pressing need to do so. my feeling is there is no reason to have this kind of government- issued i.d. people d
and university of texas for rejecting her for being white. joining me now, the former federal prosecutor and kelly stand on, a constitutional law attorney. welcome to you both. fred, i'm going to start with you. you might think that the court should rule in favor of the university of texas, which is fighting to keep these racial preferences. why is that? >> well, i'm not advocating one decision or another. if you look at supreme court questioning going back to 2000 and three race can be a factor in determining admission. in this case, i think for the university of texas, the majority of the students at the university of texas at intercampus if they are in the top 10% of their graduating class because of the way that the schools are set up. that leads to diversity. gerri: okay, all right, maybe. let's talk to kelly. you just said that justice should be blind and there may be more effective ways of getting some balance and student body than having the government come in and order that it do so. how is that? >> well, you know there are scenes that are considered socioeconomic. therefore, th
of texas. a case challenging affirmative action policy in college another missions. later a discussion on affirmative action in college admissions. after wards panel of historians, journalists and film makers mark the 50th anniversary of the cuban missile crisis. scheduled to take affect in january 2013. speakers include peter roscoe republican congressman from illinois and -- democrat from pennsylvania. live coverage at 8:30 a.m. eastern here on c-span2. later the american surprise striewt hears from the educationed a providers for the obama and romney campaigns to discuss their candidates' policy plans. we'll go live starting at 4:30 p.m. eastern here on c-span2. when i want to get the news without a lot of stalking and pundits adding their point of view. i can get the original script from a person and then i can come to my own conclusion. which i think is better than having someone else tell me what i should think. c-span, c-span2, and c-span three. two is booktv, which i love. c-span 3 is the history channel, and they have been doing civil war series, but when i sometimes want to v
cheerleaders. will a judge allow them to root for their public high school football team in texas with verses from the bible? >> it does portray our freedom of speech, and that's always important because we need our rights. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> axelrod: good evening. i'm jim axelrod. many americans saw gas prices go up a bit this week. californians saw them skyrocket. nationally, the average stand at $3.81 a gallon, up roughly $.supper 2, but in california prices exploded to a record high average of $4.61 a gallon, up d.n.a that's a $.47 in a week and makes it the most expensive gas in the country. as john blackstone reports, this could only happen in california. >> in the golden state, gas gold. the rush is on to fill up at a los angeles-area station where the price is only $4.55 a gallon for regular. that looks reasonable to drivers who say many stations charging $5 a >> $10 in gas isn't even going to give me a quarter of a tank. it's really out of control. >> reporter: aaa reports the average high is $4.61. a record high $4.61, it's well above that
sustraÍdo de una funeraria. lanzan amenazas de muerte contra un alguacil y su familia en el sur de texas. segÚn autoridades en centroamÉrica circulan 3 millones de armas de manera ilegal. suficientes para armar varios ejÉrcitos. >>> y un obispo acusado de ser depredador sexual.... el pontÍfice la aceptÓ >>> este es su noticiero univisiÓn, edicion nocturna. con ilia calderÓn y enrique acevedo. >>> hola que tal, buenas noches no queda duda sobres la identidad. el hombre abatido en mÉxico es heriberto lazio kahn. lÍder de los zeta. asegurÓ el mercado. el funcionario federal rec no zoi que hubo falta de coordinaciÓn con las autoridades estatales, que derivÓ en la sustracciÓn del cadaver de una funeraria. edgar muÑoz sno nos cuenta quien era este delincuente y como era la organizaciÓn que comandaba. >>> tomando los exÁmenes de necropsia y huellas dactilares el lÍder y fundador de los zetas heriberto las kahn muczio canoÓ y estÁ en vida. hay coincidencias de sus rasgos fuis no micks el presidente de mÉxico reconociÓ el pa el pelo de la marina. dio con la muerte lasca un si
are here to celebrate recovery. (applause.) texas recovers is putting on this event called the big texas rally for recovery. big texas rally for recovery. wow. this is huge, because texas, of course now, is a part of promoting recovery at a statewide level. we've got people from across the state showing up to present a positive face and voice of recovery. we want you to know that recovery is possible. say it loud, say it proud, "i am in recovery!" (crowd: i am in recovery!) it's so important that this event takes place, especially in texas. for so long, people in recovery have been hidden in church basements, and they've kept their anonymity, and everybody needs to know that people do recover and live successful, productive, wonderful lives. and this is one way we can make the public aware that recovery is real, and recovery is rewarding, and recovery restores health and families. the reality of recovery is a whole, healthy community. so everybody benefits. we've got to thank everybody. it's a party out here. and that's the name of the theme for recovery month this year, is that "everyon
what he looks like and this perfect them. >> if you want to revert to your texas voice. >> the last time i saw my brother, we had an immense fight. it was in his house in san antonio, i am describing, the book opens with this fight. this is sort of a picture of my brother at this exact moment. there are always apples around him, women, too. apple pie, big sheik antique bowls of wooden apples, read and golden, apples pencils, produce framed on the library wall, texas vegetables from the rio grand empire. i am an american first, then a texan he would say not understanding he sounded like auggi march. the clues are there, i later realized. a man's fate is his character. you always have to show off and tell us what you know, carl said. i'll be in washington next week i say. i have an interview, i have to close of peace. you promised me, you said you would stay away from washington state. you sat right here and said you would not go to the cascades. he yells as loudly as i have ever heard him. washington, d.c. i shout back. i have the trait as well. [laughter]. >> as you are thinking abo
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